Book ReviewsIn this monthly feature, we collect a few excerpts from reviews of our books.  Here is a sampling of our March book reviews:

Neuropsychological Practice with Veterans, edited by Shane S. Bush, Ph.D.

"In Neuropsychological Practice with Veterans, Bush endeavors to compile a comprehensive account of how neuropsychological research, assessment, and treatment of veterans are impacted by military status. He succeeds brilliantly with this undertaking...[T]his is an essential text for those working with active duty service members and veterans, and is highly recommended to all those seeking new perspectives."--Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Symptom Validity Assessment and Malingering, edited by Dominic Carone, Ph.D; Shane S. Bush, Ph.D.

"[This] book will provide a valuable resource to neuropsychologists and non-neuropsychologists alike for many years into the future as the primary, one-stop shopping bank vault of information relating to symptom validity assessment in the very specialized world of mild traumatic brain injury."--Psychological Injury and Law

Game-Based Teaching and Simulation in Nursing and Health Care by Eric B. Bauman, PhD, RN

"This is a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in integrating gaming and simulation into a course or the entire curricula. It presents the theory and the associated practical application. The extensive reference list and resource/product list encourage and support readers with implementation." Score: 98, 5 Stars.--Doody's Medical Reviews

Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing: Enhancing Professional Quality of Life by Vidette Todaro-Franceschi, PhD, RN, FT

"An excellent resource for all levels of nurses...Highly recommended."--Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries

Mentoring in Nursing, Second Edition: A Dynamic and Collaborative Process by Sheila C. Grossman, PhD, APRN-BC, FAAN

"This book successfully combines scholarly work with practical, easy-to-understand advice that has appeal even beyond nursing and healthcare. It provides a view of mentoring that is much deeper than most readers would expect. The connection the author makes between empowering mentors and mentees and successful organizations provides readers with a sense of hope for improvement and change in the workplace environment. Bravo!"--Doody's Medical Reviews